Go For It, Nakamura!: 1

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Go For It, Nakamura!: 1

Go For It, Nakamura!: 1

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Nakamura himself is a pretty simple high school boy and, while the first few chapters lead me to fear that he would never talk to Hirose, Nakamura does make progress in getting closer to both Hirose and some of his other classmates. The adaptation features Kappei Yamaguchi as the voice of Nakamura, Junko Takeuchi as the voice of Hirose, and Tomoyuki Morikawa as the narrator, with original music by OdiakeS. That comic, a one shot that was published in the December 2014 issue of Opera, would become the first chapter of Go For It, Nakamura! Nakamura looks like a lot of other protagonists in Syundei works which doesn't really mean much, just a thought. Floral Motifs: Like any decent love interest, Hirose is often accompanied by flowers in the background when he shows up.

What was originally just a small column to fill in space for its magazine turned into a full serialisation and I cannot be more thankful for that, because this manga is honestly just so awesome I don't even know where to begin. While Nakamura describes Hirose as having slightly tanned skin, Hirose is always drawn with the same or slightly similar skin tone as every other character in the manga. Nakamura is a shy boy who falls in love at first sight with another boy—his dreamy high school classmate Hirose.Class Trip: The first volume culminates in one to Yokohama, during which Nakamura endeavors to finally befriend Hirose. It takes a set of stereotypical characters and puts a comedic BL spin on it without ever belittling any of them or reducing them to the butts of jokes in a comedy manga. is a fairly simple, straight-forward story populated by fun characters, an eye-catching retro art style, and mostly demure octopi.

The two became friends after the shy and awkward Nakamura finally worked up the nerve to speak to him, but being buddy-buddy with your crush is a whole new kind of torture!

i think this manga nicely portrays what it's like to be closeted and in love in high school in a comical, relatable way. It gave me a nostalgic feel to it–like I was teleported back to 80s or 90s–which is very delighting touch if I say so myself. This manga isn't about romance, it's about the fact that even a loser like Nakamura doesn't have to be alone. Retraux: The art style and character designs are meant to mimic those of manga from the 80s, despite the manga first being published in 2014.

was serialized in the manga magazine Opera from 2014 to 2016, collected into a bound volume by Akane Shinsha in 2017, and licensed for an English-language release by Seven Seas Entertainment in 2018.I had no idea that the 11th chapter was the last chapter, and I had already read that two times hoping there would be more. he yearns for reciprocation, but also understands that it is highly unlikely for that to happen due to being gay (which is sadly a reality for many queer youth).

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